Recent Monash journalism graduate Ashley Argoon was a key member of team on The Border Mail newspaper that has been awarded a prestigious Walkley Award..
The Albury-Wodonga based newspaper’s campaign to end the silence about youth suicide won the Walkley’s ‘Coverage of Community and Regional Affairs’ category on November 30.
Everyone at Monash’s School of Journalism, Australian & Indigenous Studies is thrilled by the win and heartily congratulates Ashley. Well done!
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